Also known as
Fern-Leaf Yarrow, Fern-leaf yarrow, Yellow yarrow
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This perennial forms a tall, bushy mound of fragrant fernlike foliage, with huge clusters of golden-yellow flattened flower heads appearing on tall stems beginning in early summer.
How to propagate Yarrow
Divide clumps in early spring every 3 to 4 years for the best results
Special features of Yarrow
Attracts useful insects
Other uses of Yarrow
This low maintenance plant works well in Prairie planting styles as well as beds and borders of cottage and formal gardens
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